Jim Cramer's back and ready to tackle the top headlines driving the markets Monday morning.
The Department of Justice Is Looking Into an Antitrust Investigation of Google
The probe will examine the company's practices in search and other businesses, the Wall Street Journal reported this weekend, citing people familiar with the matter.
Earlier this year, Google was fined $1.7 billion by European regulators for antitrust violations in the online advertising market.
But, with the European Union breaking down on antitrust and now the DOJ is considering an antitrust investigation, is this the moment where investors need to sit up and start paying attention to the antitrust issues circling Google?
Apple's WWDC Is Underway
At a keynote on Monday, Apple is expected to announce a wide array of updates across various platforms, including iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS.
Apple only unveiled its big push into services a couple of months ago. And the company's weeklong World Wide Developers Conference could shed more light on Apple's plans for the remainder of 2019 and beyond.
Consumers who really like Apple's products will be avidly watching the conference to see what Apple plans on rolling out. So, what should Apple investors be watching?